Timing and route of contamination of hospitalized patient rooms with healthcare-associated pathogens

Microbial bioburden of inpatient and outpatient areas beyond patient hospital rooms

Asymptomatic C. difficile carriers significant source of nosocomial transmission

C. auris survives 7 days on moist or dry surfaces

DNA surrogate markers to study routes of transmission of healthcare-associated pathogens

Efficacy of relatively low-cost ultraviolet-C light devices against Candida auris

New technologies have potential to prevent HAIs

patient-to-patient transfer of a viral DNA surrogate marker

Use of simulations to evaluate the effectiveness of barrier precautions to prevent patient-to-patient transfer of healthcare-associated pathogens

Estimating Local Costs Associated With Clostridium difficile Infection Using Machine Learning and Electronic Medical Records

A model for choosing an automated ultraviolet-C disinfection system and building a case for the C-suite: Two case reports

Clostridium difficile Spore Inactivation Study Using Ultraviolet-C Energy

Postdischarge decontamination of MRSA, VRE, and Clostridium difficile isolation rooms using 2 commercially available automated ultraviolet-C–emitting devices

R”D Rapid Disinfector Outperforms Competitive UV”C Disinfection System in$an Independent Study

Health Care–Associated Infections A Meta-analysis of Costs and Financial Impact on the US Health Care System